Textbook of Uroradiology, Volume 355
The thoroughly revised, updated Third Edition of this acclaimed text is an ideal reference for radiologists throughout their careers--from residents reviewing for boards to seasoned practitioners evaluating urogenital scans. In a user-friendly format enhanced by more than 1,000 illustrations, the book covers every aspect of uroradiology, including anatomy, embryology, congenital anomalies, diagnostic imaging techniques, renal pathology, trauma, and much more. This edition's format is better suited for board review, with summary tables and boxes to highlight essential information. The up-to-date coverage incorporates all current imaging modalities--including CT, MRI, ultrasound, and nuclear medicine--and includes new information on hysterosalpingography and imaging of the female pelvis.
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